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Jarrett Min Davis, Associate Professor in Studio Foundation; teaches Studio for Drawing, Drawing Projects, Visual Language and Time. Working primarily in oil painting, Jarrett Min Davis currently addresses the visceral and psychic damages of war. His work isn’t intended as a critique of the political ramifications of warfare but rather attempts to capture the significance of the individual soldier’s experience. His current research is in the transient nature of our current images of historical events. One-person exhibitions include Guts and Glory at Real Art Ways, Hartford CT (2011); Survey of the Land at the Bromfield Gallery, Boston (2010); and Jarrett Min Davis at Spencer Lofts Gallery, Boston (2010). Recent group exhibitions include Chain Letter at Samson Gallery in Boston, MA (2011);Constructs at Sub-Basement Gallery in Baltimore,MD (2011); Isolated Testimonies at Southeastern Illinois University in Harrisburg, IL (2011) Return to Intimacy Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand (2011), Exchange at the Villa Victoria for the Arts and Essex Art Center in Boston, MA (2010); Eclectic Visionaris at Gana Gallery in  New York, NY (2009).Davis has held residencies at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont (2011) and the Creative Alliance in Baltimore, MD (2005-2009). He was a fellow at Center for Emerging Visual Artists in Philadelphia, PA 2005-2008. 2004 MFA Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art and Design, 1998 BFA University of Dayton.